Here are 6 diving specialties to consider when taking your diving to the next level.
Whether you are just a recreational diver or have interests in becoming a master diver, there are a number of diving specialty areas you may want to consider to improve and enhance your diving skills.
Diving specialty areas for consideration include: Enriched Air diving to learn how to stay down longer, Deep Diving, Dry Suit Diving Skills for diving more frigid conditions, Peak Performance Buoyancy to learn effortless hovering and underwater gliding skills, Wreck Diving which has specific safety procedures for navigating through submerged structures and Night Diving to experience what happens down below when the sun goes down.
Enriched Ari Diver
Hands down, this is the most popular PADI and SSI course. In this course you’ll learn how to stay down longer, dive again sooner, analyze O2 in the tank, and the risks associated with using Nitrox.
Dry Suit Diver
This specialty expands your comfort zone by granting you access to some of the most frigid waters on the planet. You’ll learn the art of buoyancy control with a dry suit and safety procedures.
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